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Chrome Capital Moves to New National Headquarters

In order to meet the growing needs of Chrome Capital’s participating motorcycle dealers and riders, the company has expanded staff to 46 employees and moved to larger office space in Naples, FL.

In order to meet the growing needs of Chrome Capital’s participating motorcycle dealers and riders, the company has expanded staff to 46 employees and moved to larger office space in Naples, FL. The headquarters staff manages more than 700 dealer relationships across the nation that offer Chrome’s proprietary motorcycle lease program.

As a result of this growth, Chrome Capital Group LLC is moving its headquarters to 720 Goodlette Road N, Suite 400, Naples, FL. The move of equipment and staff will be completed by February 1, 2016.

“These are exciting times for our company,” said Peter Wasmer, founder, president and CEO of Chrome Capital. “Motorcycle dealers and their customers are embracing Chrome’s short-term leases as the smarter option over a traditional long-term loan obligation.”

Chrome Capital delivers an authentic vehicle lease that can be obtained with no money down and unlimited mileage on pre-owned Harley-Davidson, new Indian and Victory motorcycles.

According to Wasmer, “Leasing is quickly gaining favor among motorcycle riders because it offers the natural ability to trade every two to four years without risk of negative equity, just like their auto leases.” The terms of Chrome leases are two to four years, as opposed to upwards of seven or eight years on a traditional bank loan.

As a 23-year resident of the City of Naples, Wasmer said that it was important for him to maintain Chrome’s headquarters within the City of Naples. “Chrome Capital is proud to call Naples home. It is a remarkable, beautiful city offering our employees access to vibrant events and unique experiences known in no other part of the world.”

For more information:  www.chromecapital.com.

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